Regional Minor Championship: Americas

We’re down to the final Regional Minor Championship, where eight teams from the Americas region are battling for their share of a $50,000 prize pool and their chance to qualify for the upcoming CS:GO Major at ESL One Cologne 2016!

Join MLG as they host the Regional Minor, with playoffs beginning Friday, May 20th at 4:40pm EDT, and continuing Saturday and Sunday at 12:00pm EDT. All matches will be streamed on and Twitch, with the playoffs streamed live in-client for viewers in the region.

For more information on the LAN Qualifier for ESL One Cologne 2016, click here.

Regional Minor Championship: Europe

Dreamhack is hosting Europe’s Regional Minor in Tours, France this weekend. Eight European teams advanced through two online qualifiers for the chance to win their share of the $50,000 prize pool and qualify for the upcoming CS:GO Major. Catch all the action streaming live on Twitch and GOTV beginning with Saturday’s Group Stage at 11:40 CEST. The best-of-three playoff games begin at 11:20 CEST on Sunday and Monday.

Art Contest & Regional Minor: Asia

We are happy to announce the first CS:GO contest with the Polycount video game art community! Contestants will create new finishes for various weapons that our art team will judge. Winners will have their finishes added to an upcoming CS:GO weapon case.

We have shipped over 90 weapon finishes made by the CS:GO community with each finish earning over $40,000 on average.

To get involved head over to the Polycount website and read the contest rules.
We’re excited to see the designs the Polycount community creates.

Regional Minor Championship: Asia

CS:GO’s Regional Minor Championships are underway, and we’ve already added two teams from the CIS region to our LAN Qualifier roster. Congratulations to Empire and Fluffy Gangsters!

Now our attention turns to Seoul, where eight teams will battle for their chance at qualifying for CS:GO’s next Major and the lion’s share of a $50,000 prize pool. Join us this week for the PGL KeSPA Regional Minor Championship Asia.

The event begins May 5th, with the playoffs taking place the 6th through 8th, streamed live on Twitch and in-client for CS:GO players in the region. The weekend broadcast begins at 18:00 KST (Korea Standard Time, UTC +9) so don’t miss it!

Regional Minor Championships

The CS:GO Regional Minor Championships have reached their final act. The last two events will take place this weekend in Europe and Asia.

PGL’s Regional Minor in Europe is set to begin Friday, January 29th at 12:00 CET and continues Saturday and Sunday at 12:00 CET.

ESL will host the Regional Minor in Asia, with the broadcast beginning Friday, January 29th at 03:30 CET and continuing Saturday, Sunday, and Monday at 03:30 CET.

All matches for both events will be streamed live on Twitch. In addition, the playoffs will be streamed live in-client to all CS:GO fans in Europe and Asia.

Which teams will earn their place in the qualifiers for the next CS:GO Major Championship? Tune in and find out!

Regional Minor Championship: CIS

This weekend, the CS:GO Regional Minor Championships travel to the CIS Region.

StarLadder will host the $50,000 Minsk event, where eight teams will fight for the top prize and a place at the LAN Qualifier for the next CS:GO Major.

Matches begin Friday January 22nd at 12:00 CET, and continue Saturday at 14:00 CET and Sunday at 13:00 CET.

All matches will be streamed live on Twitch. In addition, the playoffs (Sunday) will be streamed live in-client to all CS:GO fans in the region.

It’s time for one young team to prove they can compete with the best in the world. Who are you rooting for?